Refrigerator died during the night. One of those smart LG ones that's built to die in 5 years. Fortunately we didn't throw away the old one that is 25 years old and lives in the garage. Moved everything into that one and a big freezer we have, so exept for two bags of out of date crap, got it empty. No cooling and I suspect it is the blower or compressor. I checked the coils and filters etc, but they get changed and cleaned every 6 months. No little drain underneath to use hot water and a turkey baster like the old ones had. I actually called the LG service center and sent them the audible signals via phone to diagnose the problem. It is called "Smart Diagnostics". It sounds exactly like when you use to connect to the internet with a phone coupler at 300 baud. Not too smart, I had to turn off wifi for the signals to mean anything to them and put the dogs out because they thought the sound was a squeaky toy and started howling. I'm holding the button on the refrigerator, holding my cell up to the little speaker in the door and shooing the dogs away at the same time. Didn't know about the little speaker, wonder if there's a jack somewhere? Ice Box Amp? After all the trouble the assessment was "nothing detected, call a technician". That feature probably added $200 to the original price. Wife hears I have to call someone and immediately says I have to clean the inside of the refrigerator. Not get the stuff out which I did, but actually make it presentable for the repairman. I groaned loudly, said he would likely not look inside and pleaded but no luck. I just finished an hour of cleaning whatever dead vegetables turn into from all the cracks and crevices. Looks new just doesn't cool. Next challenge is getting an authorized repairman to come out and replace the compressor and or blower as it is still under warranty. First I have to see if I can find a cold beer in the garage refrigerator that works. GE BTW. End of rant.